Sao Paulo goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni scored
with a majestic free-kick in a 2-0 win over Bahia on Wednesday
signalling he has regained his scoring knack after a long injury
The 39-year-old goalkeeper, who played his first game of the
year last Sunday following a shoulder injury, curled the ball
into the top corner early in the Copa Sudamericana tie.
It was the 104th goal of his career, widely regarded as the
highest total ever scored by goalkeeper in professional
football. Teenager Ademilson scored Sao Paulo's second.
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